Pain At Its Best | Reviewer: Lo | 10/13/12

Reading these comments I can't help but feel that the world is a better place for this type of music. Everyone encounters pain through relationships and music is always there as a reminder, a memory, a bitter pill. Whether you've lost someone through a tragic loss or a break-up, the feeling of grief is the most painful of all, and whilst UNTITLED is a beautiful song, it is also stamped in our hearts as a bitter-sweet reminder of what was, what could have been and in some cases, what may come. Indelibly imprinted on our souls, DISINTEGRATION is a testament to the craft and should be in everyone's collection.

Feelings that remain unspoken | Reviewer: Collazo | 6/29/12

Right now I am having a crush on someone from my class. I have never told her how much I love her because I think that she will just reject me, and somehow hiding my feelings for her is a way to keep the illusion alive, even though the uncertainty is killing me everyday of my life. That's why I never said and managed the words that I've wanted to say to her, that is how after this last year of school I'll be sitting at home listening to this song and saying to myself "another time undone", while the monster gnaws my heart away hungrily...

Grief | Reviewer: Anonymous | 1/3/12

My girlfriend had died tragically shortly before I discovered this song. This song described the anguish and torment I lived in in an almost scary way. This is my favorite Cure song for just that reason. It allowed me to grieve HARD, and thus, in time, release. I am forever grateful for this song and the timing with which I discovered it

The most moving album in my life.... | Reviewer: Anonymous | 8/26/11

The love of my life left me shortly before this CD came out. We were both huge Cure fans and I went to the Disintegration tour concert without her. It was the best concert I have ever been to - I truly had a wonderful time. Disintegration has become the musical soundtrack to the "what if she had not left" part of my life.

Soundtrack to my all-time biggest crush | Reviewer: Anonymous | 1/20/11

Waterbury Hall, 1990. Listening to this album for the first time in decades, I plunge headlong into memories of the most devastating crush in my life. Living in the closet, I became inconsolable. I left school and moved across the country. Now, all that remains from the semester-long infatuation is Disintegration, and the only sentiment that rings true today is Untitled. I haven't thought about "what-if" questions in nearly two decades; listening to this song today, I suddenly realize there is a decades-old vacuum where those questions once stood.

Essential Listening | Reviewer: Anonymous | 6/12/10

Why isn't everyone in the world forced to sit down and listen to this album? So many people I know have never heard this album and I is just crazy that they know all the song by Britney and Gaga but not this!! This album should be taught in schools.

The Best Album ever | Reviewer: Anonymous | 6/9/10

The sheer pain of this album is unbelievable. By far one of the best albums ever put out. Every song is great. You just don't get that much anymore. Thanks for the memories Robert, even if they are painful ones.

Memories | Reviewer: cognaissance | 4/21/10

I dated the love of my life when this cd came out. We were together for two years and went separate ways, but he always held a place in my heart. Any song from Disintegration reminds me of him but he died a year ago and the song now has a deeper meaning for me...

Fantastic ... | Reviewer: sunilmittal667 | 8/7/09

The lyrics of the song are heavenly and the song is one of the best THE CURE songs....I juss love this song....Its been in my head for years and years and everytime I switch on my C0mputer 0r I-Pod ..I listen t0 this s0ng first...